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Cousin Charlie has a bible
Posted by: Suzanne Date: October 02, 2000 at 11:13:25
In Reply to: Re: looking for Weybright family bible by Gerald Waybright of 153

Cousin Charlie Bussard has a German bible said to belong to Martin Weybright and Catharine Lindemond - given to Maria Weybright, daughter. Is this the same bible? Not Sure. I thought it was a family bible not THE bible.

In this Bible- it reads word for word:
Catharine Weybright
d: June 5, 1863, aged 51 years, 5 days
Martin Weybright
d: January 8, 1865 aged 51 years 4 months, 20 days

Bussard our twin babies died
December 25, 1875 son and daughter of John B. and Marie Bussard

Friendship Emmet Co., MI
Our baby Amos Martin Feb. 28, 1883 aged 1 year 4 months, 6 days

For Catharine E. Bussard

Martin Weybright Sept (?) n Ohio
Catharine Lindemond (sp) in Baden Germany
Rebecca Bussard in Maryland
Chas. Bussard in Maryland

John Bussard in the State of Maryland born April 27, 1836

Maria Weybright Elkhart Co. Indiana Sept. 15, 1849

Byron E. May 30 1868 Elkhart Co Ind.
Chas.F. Aug 19, 1870 Elkhart Co, Ind
James Alva May 26, 1873 Elkhart Co. Ind
Twin boy and girl Dec 25, 187? Elkhart Co, Ind
John Mar. 25, 1876 Elkhart Co, Ind
Catharine Edna April 2 1878 Emmet Co, MI
Amos Martin Oct 22, 1881 Emmet Co, MI

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